TrainOptimizer Wins Red Cabin Rail Interiors Award

On 8 November 2023, the first Red Cabin Awards for Rail Interiors were presented in Vienna as part of the RedCabin Railway Interior Innovation Summit with over 150 participants.

In the “Technological Innovation Of The Year” category, the TrainOptimizer® vehicle simulation software beat off competition from 15 other projects to win the award.

A man in a suit smiles and holds a grey, blue and purple award. The background is covered in red cabin rail interior show logos
Dr Bernhard Rüger takes over the prize for TrainOptimiser®

TrainOptimizer® is a special software that builds on over 20 years of research and development in the field of passenger behaviour in rail vehicles and can be used to calculate the passenger changeover time, the stowability of luggage and the actual usability of seats for any layout. The results serve as an important basis for significantly increasing the efficiency of rail vehicles by reducing stop times and increasing de facto capacity utilisation and passenger satisfaction. TrainOptimizer® is based on behavioural data from over 400,000 passengers in rail vehicles in Central Europe, is distributed by netwiss OG and was developed by netwiss in cooperation with IT-eXperience GesmbH and the Vienna University of Technology. Numerous existing rail vehicles and those currently under development in Europe have already been optimised in recent years with the help of TrainOptimizer®. More information can be found at

This article was originally published by Netwiss.

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